Every girl has, at some point in her life, coveted… and if so lucky, owned… something from Tiffany. I secretly suspect the time-honoured wedding tradition of “something blue” refers to every bride’s desire for a robin’s-egg blue box on her special day. From fine jewelry to timepieces and home accessories, the Tiffany blue box symbolises luxury and evokes happiness. And today, to further expand the range of experiences, Tiffany has relaunched its own fragrance… the Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum.
It has been 15 years since Tiffany stopped producing fragrances, and this new Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum has been many years in the making. Housed in the signature Tiffany blue box, the glass flacon is shaped like the infamous 128.54-carat Tiffany diamond, and completed with a Tiffany blue band around the neck.
The fragrance itself is a soliflore, with the luxurious iris flower radiating as a jewel. It is a modern and fresh take on iris, devoid of the usual powdery trait that the flower is known for. Instead, Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum starts out with the bright citrus of green mandarin, which is sweeter and juicier. A hint of patchouli at the bottom gives a sense of earthiness, whilst white musk lifts the fragrance and renders it airy and light.
Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum is available in 3 sizes – 30ml, 50ml, and 75ml. On me, Tiffany & Co Eau de Parfum stays fairly close to the skin and lasts for about 4-5 hours before disappearing completely. Available exclusively at Tiffany boutiques, there is also an exclusive engraving service upon request. Something to consider this Christmas!
This post featured a product that was generously provided for my consideration. Regardless, all opinions expressed here are my own honest, unbiased views.
I simply adore the packaging and think the Tiffany team have outdone themselves. The fragrance is a little too sweet for me for every day, but definitely quite a treat for special occasions. Great review Linda, you described the notes perfectly!
~ Cat L.
Yes you’re right, this is definitely somewhat on the sweet side. It’s really ideal for weddings, I think. Not too overpowering too… 😉